Prevent Direct Exposure to the Sun that Damages the Skin, Exciting Promo at The F Thing ‘Summer Beauty Essentials!’

JAKARTA, – Display sunlight directly on the skin during hot weather, it should be avoided. The easiest way is to avoid open places when the weather is hot and the sun hits the earth. But not infrequently, we can not avoid and must be in open places like that.

If you have to be in an open place exposed to the sun, a common thing that can be done to protect the skin by using sunscreen.

Mira Kirana, Champion of The Next Didi Kempot GTV to said, sunscreen prevents sunburn due to excessive sunlight, prevents premature aging, keeps skin tone even. In addition, it can minimize the adverse effects if it is too long in the sun.

“Actually, sufficient sunlight is a natural source of vitamin E which is good for skin health. In addition, it can stimulate the production of vitamin D, and also overcome jaundice in infants. But if the sun is too much, it can cause premature aging such as dull skin, the color becomes darker, and can make spots and wrinkles. UV rays that are too excessive can cause sunburn, dull skin, becoming darker,” said Mira Kirana, Friday (18/6/2021).

Regarding the bad effects of sunlight, Yuka Tamada also agrees with Mira. The singer who was born on December 28, 1992 reminded the dangers experienced when exposed to direct sunlight.

“The risk is the most severe can get skin cancer. Later, there will be a lot of black spots and dry skin, so the wrinkles will be faster,” he told

For that, said Yuka, the use of sunscreen is very important. “Sunscreen can help reduce the risk of skin cancer and moisturize the skin too. So, you can get the benefits of not dry skin,” he said.

UV rays that directly hit the skin, cause damage to collagen fibers and indirectly produce free radicals that can cause damage to skin DNA.

Editor : Vien Dimyati



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